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30+ days ago

Director, HIV/AIDS Program

World Learning Washington, DC

World Learning International Development Programs has an immediate opening for a full-time Director, HIV/AIDS Programs. World Learning is an… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Finance Intern

World Learning Washington, DC

• Review payment requests and other financial documentation for math, adding error, signature, and account codes before processing the payment… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Associate Program Development Specialist

World Learning Washington, DC

• Serve as a liaison between the program development unit and assigned technical teams • Oversee and coordinate initial response to RFAs, RFPs, and… Beyond.com


4 days ago

Intern, Academic Exchange Team (Paid)

World Learning Washington, DC

The Academic Exchange Team seeks one candidate for a semester-long internship to assist the World Learning program team with project implementation… Glassdoor


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    Great organization to start your career in international development

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    • Culture & Values
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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Washington, DC
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    I have been working at World Learning full-time (more than 3 years)

    Pros

    You will have the opportunity to work with some really great, passionate, and enthusiastic people. The culture of World Learning in DC is friendly, inviting, and non-competitive. They value hard work and the staff regardless of level. There is room for personal and professional growth in the organization, especially if you start off as an intern or Program Assistant. You can make your way up to Program and Senior Program Officer with time and dedication. Depending on the team and project there is opportunity to travel internationally which has its perks. There is always international groups coming and going in the office so you also meet very interesting people around the world. Vacation and benefits are good, and salary is competitive to DC development orgs. World Learning recognizes all national holidays and is even closed for the whole week of Christmas to New Years, so you don't have to use any vacation time.

    Cons

    Many times there is a culture of favoritism shown by senior management. It would be wise to get on the good side of the managers and directors early on. You do have fend and lookout for yourself, so if you want a raise or title change then you have to go after it. If you want to be noticed, then you need to make it apparent to do so.

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